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Cottage Country Mix edits available for the first time on our Bandcamp!

Two edits, Chilliwack’s “Crazy Talk” and Red Rider’s “Lunatic Fringe” from Cottage Country Mix Vol. 5 and 6 are finally available through our Bandcamp page! Grab some tees or stickers while you are there!

Stickers Now Available!

NEW! Cottage Country Mix / Cottagemixtape.com stickers now available in our merch!

Quality die-cut vinyl stickers, stick it to your most treasured possessions or stick them on your friends and family.

Latest Volumes:
Cottage Country Mix Volume 23

Cover of Cottage Country volume 23 with man on a dark lake in a canoe
Enjoy our latest rock dj mix, volume 23 for 2019! Perfect for your late night summer party or for a solo paddle.

Cottage Country Mix Vol. 22

Cottage Country Volume 22 cover
Pull up a chair and listen to the new mix for Cottage Country 2019! Volume 22! Warning though: it’s pure fire! Don’t singe your eyebrows, bro!


Cottage Country Mix 10th Anniversary Logo
Thanks for listening to the Loon 93.5 for 10 years! Cottage Country’s Best Rock!

The Perfect Soundtrack To Your Summer!

Established in Canada in 2008, Dougie Boom’s Cottage Country Mix is your perfect summer soundtrack. Released annually at the beginning of summer, and expertly mixed by Dougie Boom, it can be enjoyed anywhere: at the cottage, the campsite, or the beach through your phone or browser. Or download it for later for when you are really deep in the woods. Join our mailing list, so you don’t miss an episode. Or follow us on Instagram and Facebook to see what we are up to.

Mixed by Dougie Boom, the Cottage Country mix series takes the classic rock radio station format as inspiration, and twists it up into something a lot more interesting. Amidst the fake station IDs, mock requests, and make-believe contests, the real fun part is the actual music. Dougie Boom mixes up all the golden oldies using hip-hop and house techniques, proving that no song is un-mixable. They’re not too heavy on obscurities, but you’re still guaranteed to discover at least a few songs you’ve never heard.”

Benjamin Boles, Now Magazine

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Day 7/10 Album Challenge: The Rolling Stones – “Their Satanic Majesties Request”

No, I did not spell “Exile On Main Street” wrong, when it comes to my favourite Stones album, I choose “Their Satanic Majesties Request” (1967), the Rolling Stones short foray into psychedelia. Now, “Majesty” is not considered, by most, to be the best Stones album. They will say “Exile” or “Let It Bleed” or “Sticky …